EDISON, N.J. (September 28, 2018) – Avaap, a KLAS-recognized healthcare management consulting and systems integration firm for organizations that rely on EHR and ERP enterprise software applications, announced today that it earned a spot on Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare list for 2018. Recognized at number 60 on the list, this is the second consecutive year Avaap appeared on the list.
“Our mission is to help healthcare organizations reach their goal of safer patient care and better hospital experiences through innovative use of technology solutions,” said Avaap founder and CEO Dhiraj Shah. “Avaap’s continued recognition as a top place to work in healthcare is an honor and reflection of the deep commitment of our dedicated, talented team and strong culture we have built. Avaap puts priority on passion, which benefits our customers and partners through relationships with individuals who are experts that truly enjoy what they do.”
Modern Healthcare’s recognition program awards healthcare organizations that stand out in their efforts to create an empowered and satisfied workforce. Avaap has experienced year-over-year growth since its inception, adopting new benefits, programs and to meet the changing needs of its workforce. Avaap implemented an open PTO policy in 2017, introduced a library of on-demand education and training sessions, and participated in wellness initiatives to encourage employees to maintain a healthy work-life balance and continue to grow their skill sets.
“Whether on the frontline or in the top office, healthcare employees witness moments that can either inspire or dishearten them. That can take a toll on an individual and healthcare organizations must take extra steps to ensure that highs and lows during the workday don’t impact engagement or performance,” said Modern Healthcare Editor Aurora Aguilar. “This year’s best places to work, voted on by the employees themselves, exemplify what it takes to maintain dedication and satisfaction among its employees and that is the key to good patient care.”